Technological characteristics of glauconite rocks in Bakchar deposit (Western Siberia)

M. A. Rudmin, A. K. Mazurov, B. I. Makarov, I. V. Reva

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Glauconite-containing rocks found within the boundaries of the Bakchar deposit includethe following: glauconite ores (glauconitolite), glauconite sandstone, hydrogoethite-chlorite, iron ores with glauconite. Glauconite content in glauconite ores is 50..70 %, in glauconite sandstone-20..40 %, in hydrogoethite-chlorite ores-10..20 %. This paper describes the technological characteristics of glauconite rocks. The authors proposed the optimal technological scheme of producing glauconite concentrate. It has been defined that the most highly-qualified product with commercial components 90..100 % is recovered from glauconite ores. It has been evaluated that Bakchar glauconite is applicable as a favorable mineral fertilizer based on the concentrate produced from enriched hydrogoethite-chlorite ores. Experimentally, it has been proved that this concentrate has a positive effect on the growth of oats (Avéna satíva). This is a direct indicator of its practical applicability. Obtained results indicate the fact that the extraction and application of Bakchar glauconite could be widely used in agriculture.

Original languageEnglish
Article number01016
JournalMATEC Web of Conferences
Volume85
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 17 Nov 2016

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Iron ores
Fertilizers
Agriculture
Minerals
glauconite

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Technological characteristics of glauconite rocks in Bakchar deposit (Western Siberia). / Rudmin, M. A.; Mazurov, A. K.; Makarov, B. I.; Reva, I. V.

In: MATEC Web of Conferences, Vol. 85, 01016, 17.11.2016.

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